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At the beach – Vocabulary – Today’s French

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  1. bathing cap …. m …. bonnet de bain
  2. bathing suit …. m …. maillot (de bain)
  3. beach …. f …. plage
  4. bikini …. m …. bikini
  5. foosball (table soccer) …. m …. baby-foot
  6. paddle boat  …. m …. pédalo
  7. pair of shorts …. m …. short
  8. refreshment area  …. f …. buvette
  9. river bank  …. m …. quai
  10. sand  …. m …. sable
  11. show  …. m …. spectacle
  12. sun dress …. f …. robe bain de soleil
  13. sunbathing …. m …. bain de soleil
  14. sunglasses …. fp …. lunettes de soleil
  15. suntan lotion …. f …. crème solaire
  16. to tan …. ø …. bronzer
  17. towel (beach)  …. f …. serviette (de plage)
  18. to attend …. ø …. participer
  19. workshop  …. m …. atelier
  20. zip line …. f …. tyrolienne
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un juilletiste – French expression

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un juilletiste – French expression

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un juilletiste — a July vacationer — Mot du Jour

un or une juilletiste is a person who takes his or her vacation in July – juillet, a July vacationer.

un ou une juilletiste est une personne qui prend ses vacances en juillet.

  • « Il y a beaucoup de bouchons sur la route aujourd’hui car les juilletistes partent en vacances. »
    • “There are lots of traffic jams on the road today because the July vacationers are leaving.”
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At the beach – Vocabulary– Today’s French

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prendre les choses en main – French expression

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prendre les choses en main — to take charge — Mot du Jour

prendre les choses en main – to take the things in hand. In everyday French,rendre les choses en main means to do everything in one’s power to get something done, to take charge.

  • « Simone Veil était une femme admirable. Elle a vraiment pris les choses en main quand elle était ministre de la santé. »
    • “Simone Veil was an formidable woman. She really took charge when she was Minister of Health.”
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PRENDRE conjugated – Free quiz – Today’s French

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Different types of houses

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Different types of houses

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What are different types of houses in France? How do you say them? Listen to Anne’s audio.

adobe f demeure
apartment, flat, condo m appartement
basic house m pavillon
boarding house f pension de famille
building m immeuble
cabin f cabane
castle m château
city house f maison de ville
city mansion m hôtel particulier
country house f maison de campagne

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Vivre, habiter and demeurer all mean ‘to live’

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Vivre, habiter and demeurer all mean ‘to live’

Vivre Habiter Demeurer all mean ‘to live’ in English. However, they aren’t always interchangeable.

Look at the examples.

  • I live well with my retirement pension.
    • Je vis bien de ma retraite.
  • We don’t live in Occitanie anymore.
    • Nous n’habitons plus en Occitanie.
  • Where do you live?
    • Où demeurez-vous ?

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Mini Quiz - vivre, habiter, demeurer

Choisissez la bonne réponse. Pick the right answer.

    Elles _____ encore ici, dans la petite ruelle.
    Le maire m'a demandé où vous _____.
    Il faut manger pour _____, et non vivre pour manger.

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avoir des débouchés – French expression

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des débouchés — job opportunities — Mot du Jour

des débouchés – some uncorked. des débouchés really means ‘job opportunities’. It’s often used with AVOIR.

  • « C’est une filière qui l’intéresse, mais malheureusement, il n’y a pas de débouchés. »
    • “He’s interested in this major, but unfortunately, there are no job opportunities with that.”
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AVOIR — practice conjugating – Today’s French

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